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Ambassadors

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Nathan Douglas

Nathan Douglas is Britain's Number One triple jumper. He made his senior debut in 2004, where he improved his lifetime best from 16.49m to 16.95m at the Olympic Trials. Douglas is also a performance coach for athletes and Elite ambassador.

 

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George FordGeorge Ford

George Ford began his rugby career at an early age, competing for England U18s at just 15 years old. During August 2009, he was part of the U18 side that toured Argentina. George Ford was instrumental in the tour's success, converting 10 of the 15 tries against Western Province, leading to the team’s emphatic 95-0 win. He also contributed 20 of the 45 points scored when they beat South Africa Schools in the following match.

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Martyn WaghornMartyn Waghorn

Martyn Waghorn began his career at Sunderland at the age of 8. He made his first team debut in December 2007 against Manchester United at just 17 years old.

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Jonny MayJonny May

Jonny May is a Rugby England International and was named as LV= Breakthrough Player in March 2012. In June 2012 he then joined up with the England squad, coming off the bench and scoring two tries against the South African Barbarians North team at Potchefstroom.

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Josh LewisJosh Lewis

Josh Lewis started triathlon in 2016 after previously competing for Guernsey as a swimmer in the Island Games on four occasions and the Youth Commonwealth Games in the Isle of Man. Once turning his attention to triathlon, he was selected to compete for Guernsey at the Gotland Island games, and subsequently the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in 2018. 

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Gemma SampsonGemma Sampson

Gemma is a Registered Dietitian with the Health and Care Professions Council and an Accredited Sports Dietitian with Sports Dietitians Australia. She has worked with the NHS, in the food industry and as a freelance dietitian at Dietitian without Borders.
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